Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula

Calendars

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Darren Stones

Melbourne, Australia

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Sizing Information

Calendar Size
Width 11.7″
Height 16.5″
(Printed to fit A3)

Features

  • Tough wire binding and hanger
  • Stunningly sharp digital printing
  • Start the year with the month of your choice
  • 200gsm satin art paper with a tougher cover

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Artist's Description

The Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula calendar features the travel photography of Australian journalist, photographer and writer Darren Stones.

“Hi and welcome. Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula is a popular holiday region for Melburnians, Victorians and interstate visitors who seek a coastal getaway where the summer breeze provides respite from scorching temperatures. Being only a 1-hour drive from Melbourne, Geelong is the gateway to this scenic peninsula that offers world-class leisure opportunities for people to enjoy. Watersports, golf, fishing, beaches, historic sites, sightseeing, wineries and fine dining will keep you occupied during a fantastic holiday experience.”Darren Stones

CoverPoint Lonsdale Lighthouse
JanuaryCunningham Pier at Geelong
FebruaryCorio Bay at Geelong
MarchEastern Beach Swimming Enclosure at Geelong
AprilDog Rocks
MayFort Queenscliff
JuneQueenscliff Post Office
JulyQueenscliff Pier
AugustPoint Lonsdale
SeptemberPoint Lonsdale Lighthouse
OctoberPoint Lonsdale
November12th Hole at Barwon Heads Golf Club
December13th Beach at Barwon Heads

Artwork Comments

  • Linda Jackson
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